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Join us as we discuss Stem Cell therapy as a solution for patients wanting non-surgical relief from their pain. Guests can bring someone as a plus one as well. Follow the link below to learn more.

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MEET OUR PHYSICIANS

MEET OUR PHYSICIANS

Dr. Jason Krutsch and Dr. Robert Moghim are among the top pain doctors in the nation. Our team specializes in compassionate care using rapidly evolving pain management treatment and solutions.

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PAIN CONDITIONS

PAIN CONDITIONS

Our expert team treats a variety of conditions using state-of-the-art treatments, personalized for each patient. Evaluation and diagnosis may vary. Your pain relief is our passion.

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STATE-OF-THE-ART TREATMENTS

STATE-OF-THE-ART TREATMENTS

Colorado Pain Care offers world-class treatment options for acute and chronic pain. Find comprehensive information on:

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Prolonged Sitting & Back Pain

If you have ever encountered back pain, then you understand how difficult it can be. When you do experience...

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Myalgia or Muscle Pain: Causes and Treatments

You may not recognize the medical term for it, but you will probably recognize the symptoms of myalgia.  Myalgia...

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The Impact of Alcohol on Chronic Pain

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Causes and Treatments for Knee Pain

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Prolonged Sitting & Back Pain

he sources of back pain stem from various things we do, from exercising, daily wear and tear, and injuries. However, back pain can also be caused by sitting for long periods of time, especially with improper support for our backs. To find out how prolonged sitting results in back pain, and how to treat it, check out Dr. Moghim's latest blog today! coloradopaincare.com/prolonged-sitting-back-pain/
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Prolonged Sitting & Back Pain 

he sources of back pain stem from various things we do, from exercising, daily wear and tear, and injuries. However, back pain can also be caused by sitting for long periods of time, especially with improper support for our backs. To find out how prolonged sitting results in back pain, and how to treat it, check out Dr. Moghims latest blog today! https://coloradopaincare.com/prolonged-sitting-back-pain/

For some, fall means changing leaves, pumpkin patches, and football. But to others, fall can mean cold weather, achy bones, and sore joints.

Don't let fall bring you down and leave you achy and sore! Find help and relief with the pain specialists at Colorado Pain Care today!

303-GOT-PAIN (303-468-7246)
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For some, fall means changing leaves, pumpkin patches, and football. But to others, fall can mean cold weather, achy bones, and sore joints. 

Dont let fall bring you down and leave you achy and sore! Find help and relief with the pain specialists at Colorado Pain Care today! 

303-GOT-PAIN (303-468-7246)

Arthritis is all around us, yet its impact on individuals, their families, employers and the country are far greater than most people realize. The pain associated with arthritis can be debilitating, but we're here to help! Contact us today for more info!

Did you know today is #WorldArthritisDay?! October 12th marks the day to raise awareness about arthritis! Check out these facts!

-Arthritis is the leading cause of disability among adults in the U.S.
-By conservative estimates, about 54 million adults have doctor-diagnosed arthritis.
-Almost 300,000 babies and children have arthritis or a rheumatic condition.
-The most common type of arthritis is osteoarthritis, which affects an estimated 31 million Americans.
-Number of people expected to have doctor-diagnosed arthritis by the year 2040: more than 78 million.

-Doctor-diagnosed arthritis is more common in women (26 percent) than in men (18 percent). In some types, such as rheumatoid arthritis, women far outnumber men.

-Almost two-thirds of adults in the U.S. with arthritis are of working age (18-64 years).

-Arthritis and other non-traumatic joint disorders are among the five most costly conditions among adults 18 and older.
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Arthritis is all around us, yet its impact on individuals, their families, employers and the country are far greater than most people realize. The pain associated with arthritis can be debilitating, but were here to help! Contact us today for more info!

Did you know today is #WorldArthritisDay?! October 12th marks the day to raise awareness about arthritis! Check out these facts!

-Arthritis is the leading cause of disability among adults in the U.S.
-By conservative estimates, about 54 million adults have doctor-diagnosed arthritis.
-Almost 300,000 babies and children have arthritis or a rheumatic condition.
-The most common type of arthritis is osteoarthritis, which affects an estimated 31 million Americans.
-Number of people expected to have doctor-diagnosed arthritis by the year 2040: more than 78 million.

-Doctor-diagnosed arthritis is more common in women (26 percent) than in men (18 percent). In some types, such as rheumatoid arthritis, women far outnumber men.

-Almost two-thirds of adults in the U.S. with arthritis are of working age (18-64 years).

-Arthritis and other non-traumatic joint disorders are among the five most costly conditions among adults 18 and older.

Tonight is our patient education dinner!! Join us as we discuss the nation's leading regenerative medicine procedures. Learn why and how they are used to treat arthritis, joint injuries, sports injuries and spine conditions. Discover basic science, research, and treatment options for these procedures to help you reduce pain and avoid surgery.


Our specialist, Dr. Lauren McLaughlin, D.O., will discuss the breakthroughs that our patients have had, with successful treatment of:


Arthritis
Back and Neck bulges and degeneration
Knee pain (ligament and meniscus tears)
Hip and Shoulder problems (rotator cuff, labral tears)
Arm and Hand pain and tendonitis
Ankle and Foot joint and tendon problems
Neuropathy
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Register online or call us at 303-647-3195. Invite a friend.
When: Thursday, October 11 @ 6:30 PM.
Location: 2696 S. Colorado Blvd. #240, Denver, CO 80222 —


Light dinner and refreshments will be provided. Parking is free. You can park directly in front of the building that says CHASE. There is also a sign for Colorado Pain Care on top. We're at the South end of University Hills at the Chase building.
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Love from our Patients

For the 15 years I’ve known and referred patients to the doctors at Colorado Pain Care, the group has been caring, thorough, and comprehensive. They’re leaders in the field who provide expert diagnosis and treatment, while communicating clearly with patients and colleagues. When it came time for my own injury to be cared for, I put my trust in Colorado Pain Care.

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